UKIAH, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/17/13 -- Partnerships and collaboration between firms is one way cutting-edge systems, products and services get their start. One example of how this collaboration can work occurred recently between TRiQ Systems, a commercial (legal) cannabis software and consulting firm (http://www.triqsystems.com/), and FarmSoft, a leading developer of software for the agricultural industry. The firms combined their expertise in commercial cannabis and general agriculture to develop TRiQSoft Cultivation and Processing. TRiQSoft is a comprehensive software solution aimed at helping address core challenges in the emerging commercial cannabis industry.
The TRiQSoft software suite consists of individual modules that cover both cultivation and processing of legal cannabis. Cultivation modules help growers record farm activities, make projections, manage employees, and configure farm land, among others. Processing modules help manage incoming harvests and orders, label products, and manufacture cannabis products among others. Features applicable to both cultivation and processing include the ability to generate reports, manage multiple facilities and the ability to institute very stringent traceability standards. Modules are also available in a variety of languages and are able to process currencies besides U.S. dollars.
"It was exciting journey to team up with one of the most reputable names in agriculture to develop TRiQSoft," comments Matthew Cohen, CEO of legal cannabis software and consulting firm TRiQ Systems. "Basing our system on proven methods for both cultivation and processing allows us to be at the forefront of the burgeoning medical and recreational cannabis industry."
In addition to assisting cultivators and processors maximize yields and improve operational efficiencies, TRiQSoft also ensures compliance with stringent traceability requirements. Washington State's Initiative 502 for example requires that marijuana plants be traced from seed to sale. Other states that allow medical cannabis (Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Maine, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island and Vermont) have varying rules on tracking plants. These rules are always undergoing review and revision as the cannabis industry grows.
"TRiQSoft's traceability features, which are fully compliant with Washington State Liquor Control Board and other states' regulations, are by far the industry's most extensive," explains Cohen. "TRiQSoft for example can narrow troubles down to units as small as a gram, which allows cultivators and processors to get at the root of a problem without costly inventory loss."
To learn more about TRiQSoft and the multitude of modules designed to help cultivators and processors, visit http://www.triqsystems.com/ today.
About TRiQ Systems
TRiQ Systems is the leading innovator of equipment and technologies for the emerging cannabis industry in the United States and throughout the world. TRiQ's signature system, TRiQSoft, includes modules to assist with both the cultivation and processing of legal cannabis, including the manufacture of all cannabis products. TRiQSoft is available in a variety of languages and can process different currencies as well. TRiQ founders Matthew Cohen and Matthew Hawes possess extensive experience as operators of various businesses in the cannabis supply chain. Not only do they offer tailor-made software solutions, they also offer on-sight cannabis consulting services to identify and address core operational challenges. Cannabis cultivators, processors and dispensaries can also employ the Quantacann system available through TriQ to test cannabis potency on-site. To learn more, visit TRiQ System online at http://www.triqsystems.com/, email email@example.com or call (707) 300-4476 today.
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